Jump to content
Thunder?
Local
Radar
Pollen

Our Picks

Top content from across the community, hand-picked by us.

February cold spell discussion and chat
A thread for discussing the upcoming (or if you're in Northern Scotland, ongoing) cold spell.
    • Like
  • 139 replies

Pre-snow / pre-cold spell - share your traditions!
Now that it seems we can all feel confident that proper cold is on the way, with decent snow opportunities likely to appear all over the place, I thought it would be fun to share some of our traditions that we may have ahead of cold and snow arriving. That is of course assuming that you all have traditions - I certainly have a few...
    • Like
  • 18 replies

Flood Watch
With another excessive amount of rainfall forecast and many areas already flooded and expecting worse, I think it is worth keeping up with the areas most likely to see flooding and monitor river levels in these areas.
    • Thanks
    • Like
  • 79 replies

Storm Christoph
Heavy rain, flooding, gales and snow - it's going to be a wild week including the arrival of Storm Christoph.
    • Like
  • 104 replies

Murton Pike Snow
Murton Pike Snow
    • Like
  • 0 replies

DSCF2756.jpg
Snow in the Lake District - Keswick in the foreground with Derwent Water behind.
    • Like
  • 5 replies

Stratosphere and Polar Vortex Watch 2020
Will there be an SSW this winter? Track and discuss the latest stratospheric developments here.
    • Thanks
    • Like
  • 1,074 replies

The Big Freeze of ten years ago...
It'll soon be ten years since we experienced the coldest December on record.
    • Like
  • 106 replies

Unexpected Snow
We have a thread for snow storms that never were..but what about unexpected snow events that were not forecast?
    • Like
  • 87 replies

Hurricane Iota
Hurricane Iota is a Cat5 and is set to make landfall over Nicaragua.
  • 35 replies

Memorable Foggy Spells
It’s currently been foggy for the past few days here, it’s got me thinking about previous foggy periods. Can anybody else remember any other memorable foggy spells?
  • 44 replies

Arctic Refreeze Season: 2020/21
Worrying times in the Arctic currently..  
    • Like
  • 168 replies

Snow & Ice coverage in the Northern Hemisphere Winter 2020/21
Track the development of snow and ice in the Northern Hemisphere as winter draws closer.

 
    • Thanks
    • Like
  • 499 replies

Incredible Water spouts seen on Rhodes
Incredible waterspouts in Rhodes on the 21st of October - photos and video footage.
    • Like
  • 12 replies

Early run up to Winter 2020/2021 discussion
Winter is drawing ever closer, and speculation is increasing - cold and snowy or mild again?
    • Thanks
    • Like
  • 1,112 replies

The changing daylight hours thread
The days are shortening and the clocks go back soon as winter draws closer.
  • 3,815 replies

If a month was a song
Inspired by the post about songs that you remind you of late summer/early autumn, I thought it good to  post a thread on if a month was a song.
    • Like
  • 36 replies

ECMWF data now available!
Just a heads up on the fantastic news that the ECMWF have made data that previously cost a fair amount of money to view free for all!
    • Thanks
    • Like
  • 13 replies

Hurricane Delta
The extremely busy hurricane season continues, with hurricane Delta developing fast.
  • 81 replies

Unusual cloud
Rare Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds taken by mike57.
    • Like
  • 1 reply

Panorama of a shelf cloud taken by Zak on the 17th June 2020 in Bedford, UK.
    • Like
  • 2 replies

Winter Forecast Issued
The Netweather long range forecast for Winter 2019 / 2020 has been issued.
    • Like
  • 0 replies

December 2019 C.E.T. and EWP forecast contests -- start of the 2019-2020 competition year
Get your entries in for the December CET competition - the first one of the 2019/2020 competition year!
    • Like
  • 327 replies

Teleconnections - Interactions and Impact
Track the teleconnections, their impacts and their interactions this Autumn and Winter.
    • Like
  • 118 replies

NOAA satellite images decoded. Daily images.
Recently posted in the Hurricane Lorenzo thread some NOAA satellite images I was able to receive with a decent 137Mhz antenna and some decoding software. People were doing this sort of thing way back 15-20 years ago, but you don't see many images posted nowadays. It's still quite cool!  
    • Like
  • 48 replies

  • Newsletter

    block_newsletter_signup
    Sign Up
×
×
  • Create New...